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State Contracts

At ASD, our continued success has been built on unparalleled customer support and an agile work force ready to meet all levels of customer challenges.

Some of our current and past State projects that have seen this level of success are:

  • State of Maryland (eMaryland)
  • University of Maryland (e-SMITH)
  • State of New York Health Exchange (NY-HX)
  • Commerce Consolidated Settlement (CA DMV)
  • Oracle Consulting Services (Technical) (CA DMV)
  • Oracle Application Upgrade (CA DMV)
  • Help Desk for Web-Based Administrative Functionality ( CADMV)
  • Centralized Control System Migration (CA DWR)
  • RequisitePro Services (CA DMV)
  • MDFS Automated Sampling Submission (CA CDFA)
  • OTIS Maintenance and Upgrade (CA OHP)
  • Workers’ Compensation Information System (WCIS) System Upgrade (CA DIR)

“ESSeP demonstrates how to utilize an Enterprise Application Integration (EAI) framework to promote process automation across existing   Air Force systems and provides a technical foundation for transition to an ERP” - Former Air Force Chief Information Officer, Mr. John Gilligan

“The ASD SCP-AF portal has the potential to reshape Air Force logistics, allowing fewer people to move more resources around the globe in a timelier and mission-appropriate fashion than paperwork and phone calls could ever enable.” Brig. Gen Robert E Mansfield (Ret) - Special Assistant for Supply Chain Integration and Logistics Transformation, Deputy Chief of Staff, Installations & Logistics, HQ USAF

“ASD’s integration services have been a milestone for Hitachi in the nuclear industry. Their outstanding success in streamlining our work processes and improving client operations has enabled us to achieve significant cost savings and provide greater value.” - Dr. Toshiaki Yoshinaga, Executive Managing Director, Hitachi Plant and Construction

“With the (ASD-developed eSmith) portal, you log on once, it recognizes who you are, it sends authorization to the systems you need to use, and you're in. You can get documents on your shared drive no matter where you are as long as you have a web browser and Internet connection.” Dr. Sandor Boyson Chief of Information Strategy and Director of the R. H. Smith School's Supply Chain Management Center